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Snow Storm Causes State Of Emergency In Tusayan

Grand Canyon South Rim Chamber and Visitors Bureau

The town of Tusayan has declared a state of emergency due to recent storms.

A release from the town estimates roughly 1,000 residents and tourists in the town are without power or heat due to the recent storm.

It also says many roads remain impassable after the area received almost two feet of snow in the past 13 hours.

The American Red Cross has established an emergency shelter at the horace Albright Training Center in Grand Canyon National Park.

Shuttle rides are available for those who need to be picked up by calling (928) 638-7302.


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